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Taco Truck Wars: It's So On

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The ordinance limiting food vendor trucks to 60 minutes in one location or face a steep $1,000 fine or possible jail time passed yesterday. Supervisor Gloria Molina, who represents East L.A., proposed the law in response to complaints from local restaurateurs who think its unfair competition to deal with the taco trucks parked outside their door. Now it's an all out war: Some East L.A. taco truck vendors say they won't budge if asked to move. If customers are choosing the taco trucks over the restaurants, is that really the vendors fault? [LAT; previously]

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